Category Archives: Day Trips
When in Maine do what the Mainers do – enjoy the beautiful scenery, drink good craft beer, and eat delicious seafood.
In 1798, the doors on this building first opened to the Littleton Grist Mill. For well over 200 years, they produced organically grown, stone-ground flours and mixes using four-foot millstones, wooden gears, and a 20 foot, 6-inch waterwheel. A couple of years ago they … Continue reading
Here on the New Hampshire seacoast, we are lucky to have train service. Our train station is not only architecturally pleasing to the eye, but the front south-facing window of the station is full of gorgeous plants, and there is a … Continue reading
Saturday morning dawned, and it was beautiful. What to do to enjoy the gorgeous weather before two days of rain arrives? Why not head north about two and a half hours to Boothbay Harbor, Maine. This area was settled in the … Continue reading
The June weather in New Hampshire has been gorgeous, and we’ve been living outside enjoying as much of it as possible. Waterfalls, sand castles, historic stone walls, or beautiful rustic scenes – we’ve enjoyed them all. We camped for a … Continue reading
We took a road trip yesterday from our 1840 Farm north to Walker Farm, Bristol, New Hampshire. The Walker Farm is a wonderful example of a family farm providing fresh, locally grown food and some good family entertainment for their … Continue reading
A couple of days ago, on a beautiful fall day, I decided to see what New Castle, New Hampshire, one of my favorite summer spots, looks like in October. As always, it was beautiful. But, you could almost feel the … Continue reading